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Hood light burned out. Where can I find the bulb

Hood light burned out. Where can I find the bulb and then replace it?

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Any parts store should have it. It could be a 1156 or sometimes it has a small plastic cover that prys off, and then you will need to match up the bulb.

Posted on May 12, 2010

  • cgsmith1 May 13, 2010

    Thanx! found the bulb and now have 'issue' with hooking the rigid loops onto the bars- something so simple, but...oh well/ thx



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